It's always exciting when your favorite NFL team acquires new talent. New additions bring with them a sense of positivity and hope, which is why the draft and free agency are two of the league's biggest events despite coming in the offseason.
Unfortunately, new players don't win games just by arriving. No matter how great an acquisition looks on paper, some don't work out. Those unsuccessful additions can negatively affect teams from both a roster standpoint and a salary-structure standpoint.
With the first half of the 2019 season now in the books, it's a great time to examine each team's worst contract.